Photographer Lucy Lencinas was born in Colombia and moved to the United States where she studied psychology at Queens College, in New York. She went on to receive her Associate Degree in Photography from Briarcliffe College, graduating with honors Magna Cum Laude.
Her photography has been exhibited at the Brentwood Public Library, the Art Space Building State Department of Motor Vehicles in Hauppauge, at Hempstead Town Hall, and at the Hispanic Heritage Festival of Brentwood.
She had also exhibited her work at the main art center in Quindío in Colombia, called "Small Square Centennial", being the only artist whose exhibition remained for two months.
Her latest photographic exhibition, "Doors of Italy and Natives of my Home Land" was held on May 18, 2012. This exhibition was made possible thanks to Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and legislator Phil Ramos on behalf of the Legislative Assembly of New York. Professor Emeritus Ernesto Kahan, who received the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize by the organization he founded "International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War-IPPNW," was present at the exhibition.
The digital newspaper "Long Island Al Día" has been publishing Lucy Lencinas work on a weekly basis in the Art section entitled "Glamour al Dia". She is also member of Model Mayhem and One Model Place, where you can see more of her work.
Lencinas has also created her own website Lucy Lencinas Official Site and has her own blog.
She is the owner of the free online Magazine "SEXY GLAM Magazine" which is contained in the website Sexy X2 where she posts images of a new model every week, and features more of her work.
Lucy Lencinas has also had work chosen for the international exhibition touring "A Book about Death", which is a tribute to the artist Ray Johnson. The exhibition began in New York and will travel to Washington D.C., Paris, Rome, London and other cities in Europe.
Lencinas has received recognition and honors from the mayors of Nassau and Suffolk counties in New York, from the mayor of the city of Armenia in Colombia, from the Legislature of Quindío, from the Congressional Legislature of the State of New York, and from the Central Government of Colombia through the Consul General of that Country in New York for her artistic work and its contribution to culture.
Describing her photography, Lucy Lencinas has said: "I am touched by facial expressions and by the human figure. It is there where I find my inspiration and purpose".
Lucy Lencinas captures in a fraction of a second feelings of love, hate, passion, desire, fatigue, lust, and sensuality. She finds them living in a smile, a grin, in a posture with grace and professionalism.
Mrs. Lencinas enjoys being seduced by her glamour photography. It is full of sensuality and eroticism, done with great taste and professionalism for both sexes, male and female.
Lucy Lencinas is married to Argentine writer and politician Daniel Walter Lencinas and she has a daughter.